Northland Outdoors Forecast: Cooler and quiet weekend
A cold front will bring much cooler air to the region with highs staying in the 60s for some.
A cold front will keep most of the region cool to finish off this work week. Behind the front I'm seeing showers linger for eastern Minnesota and across Wisconsin Friday. The Red River Valley and most of the Dakotas will stay dry Friday.
Our high temperatures will be much cooler this weekend behind this cold front. Highs will top off in the 60s to lower 70s for most of the region.
A few showers may linger over southeastern Minnesota Saturday morning with showers still across Wisconsin. Some clearing is expected for the Dakotas and northern Minnesota. These areas will be cool, but dry Saturday.
Sunshine returns and with the combination of light winds will make for a pleasant close to this weekend. The cloud cover will linger for some of eastern Minnesota and most of Wisconsin as another wave in the upper atmosphere will bring showers to parts of these areas. Highs across the Dakotas and northern Minnesota will be a touch warmer than Saturday's.
A few showers will be possible Sunday for southeastern Minnesota with more rain showers likely for Wisconsin. Sunshine and dry conditions persist for both North and South Dakota. Most of Minnesota will see plenty of sunshine to finish out this weekend. Winds will be light and although temperatures may seem a little cooler I'm thinking Sunday will be quite pleasant.